chemical engineering

Reza, Student Recognized with Honors at Conference

Reza and his Ph.D. student, Al Ibtida Sultana, were honored at the meeting of the Florida section of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.

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Student Design Showcase April 22 at Clemente Center

More than 100 projects will be displayed, from a mental health app for college students to a lunar landing pad built from Moon materials.

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Upcycling Waste Into Valuable Products

Dr. Toufiq Reza discusses his research turning "waste" into "resources" and how we can help.

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Jack Brophy Awarded STEM Scholarship from NFL’s Jaguars, Florida Tech

The first-year student plans to study chemical engineering and looks forward to Florida Tech's hands-on learning.

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Spring ’21 Grads Get Jobs Before Diplomas

Crediting their Florida Tech experiences, several spring ’21 graduates accepted full-time positions before they even graduated.

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Researcher Looks to Home Country for Latest Project

University chemical engineering assistant professor Toufiq Reza is using renewable energy research to assist his home country of Bangladesh.

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University Study Explains How Light Could Activate Neurons

Important research may give insight in enabling future designs of other molecules that can modulate brain signals.

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Community Foundation for Brevard Funds Florida Tech Medical Research

Florida Tech researchers received nearly $80,000 under the Medical Research Grant to Find Cause and/or Cure for Alzheimer’s, Cancer, and Other Pervasive Diseases initiative.

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NSF Funds Florida Tech-led Initiative for STEM Scholarships

Grant Earmarked for Students Transferring from Community, State Colleges  MELBOURNE, FLA. — A Florida Institute of Technology proposal to use scholarships to boost the number of students studying the critical Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics discipline of engineering has received a National Science Foundation grant worth more than $610,000 over the next five years. Led by principal investigator Ashok Pandit,…

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Glicksman Appointed Dean of Florida Tech College of Engineering

MELBOURNE, FLA. — Noted materials scientist and metallurgist Martin E. Glicksman was appointed Dean of the College of Engineering at Florida Institute of Technology. He held the position on an interim basis since January. Dean Glicksman also serves as the Allen S. Henry Chair and University Professor of Engineering. “After an extensive search, we were pleased to find that the…

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